MODERN DAY MINDFULNESS AT WORK- A 4-session virtual workshop Presented by Kirthi Nath
Modern Day Mindfulness at Work is a 4-session virtual workshop for heart-based movers and shakers interested in exploring spiritual mindfulness practices as a touchstone for purpose-based livelihood and self-care. We live in a culture of go-go go, yet this often does not feed our soul. Let’s pause. Listen. Awaken. Thrive. If you want to explore how mindfulness, gratitude practices, and curiosity can enhance your life, well, this is for you.
Over the course of four sessions, facilitator Kirthi Nath will guide you through meditations,exercises and insights that help you connect with your inner wisdom, gladden the heart and awaken wonder. Sessions include opportunities for creative interactions as well as a downloadable tool kit. All sessions are remote via conference call and online delivery.
While you will have access to listen to calls for a period after each session, your attendance for the calls is requested as we will be doing weekly group and interactive exercises.
When: Wednesdays starting in January 2015, 9-11 am PT (Jan 14, 21, 28 & Feb 4)
Where: Workshop style Tele-Seminar (Dial In code provided with registration) with additional materials via online.
Cost: Early Bird by Dec 15: $60; After Dec 16: $75
As a MADE awardee project, this workshop is heavily subsidized. Early Registration encouraged.
Register: ONLINE HERE
Note: Limited scholarships available. Contact email@example.com for details, include subject line: MADE Scholarship Request
Kirthi Nath is an award-winning filmmaker who believes that ordinary people ripple extraordinary change. Kirthi is the creative director and lead filmmaker at Cinemagical Media (www.cinemagicalmedia.com), a media production company that focus on creating films and workshops that support individuals, communities and companies to ‘be the cause that creates the effect’. In addition to filmmaking, Kirthi teaches courses and delivers talks that focus on Creative Presence, Spiritually, Mindfulness and the Practice of Good. She has practiced meditation, been on numerous silent retreats and immersed into informal and formal Buddhist and Yogi studies since 2001. To learn more about Kirthi visit her at LinkedIn